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Pok Pok: Chiang Mai Arrives in New York

The best 'western' Northern Thai food is easily hands down "House" restaurant in Sydney. Salty fermented pickled chilli char grilled goodness every bite! http://www.jenius.com.au/2012/01/house_thai.php

What should I serve at a Scandinavian (Norway) dinner party?

I've recently moved to Norway from Australia and with the Norwegian National Day coming up and some Australian friends coming to visit I'm keen to do a special Norwegian dinner party but...Im having trouble getting inspired beyond smoked salmon and gravlax (yum)....

If I was doing a dinner in Australia I would serve things like chilli lemongrass prawns, BBQ duck, watermelon and feta salad things like that - but here it seems mostly boiled vegetables and meat or fish with not much spice.

Any ideas of some Norwegian or Scandinavian dishes I can modernise/ spice up a bit?

So far Im thinking yes gravlax and smoked salmon bilinis and maybe a swedish cucumber salad and maybe a fish soup..but what else? Baked salmon or lamb seems a bit bland to follow? I thought of making some sort of rich moose pies with berries but think moose might be hard to cook if inexperienced with it. And I dont want to go overboard on the fish..

Ideas?

Where is Sandwich a day?

I go to check Sandwich a day as I do everyday...but hmm my bookmark for Sandwich a day was broken. Ok no worries - new website design has launched. But then I try and find it on the new site to update my bookmark and its totally gone :( And you can only find the old content by searching tags..and that only seems to be for Sandwich a day New York.

Please please please tell me that Sandwich a day hasnt been dumped! If so could you at least restore the archive somewhere it can be accessed other than just on tags?

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